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Blue screen and lens error

All of a sudden my camera stopped working. Whenever I try to turn it on, the camera makes a grinding sound while the lens goes in and out and the screen shows a blurry image. After struggling a bit the lens closes and a blue screen appears with the writing: D : 5f08 5e02. The same thing happens when I try to turn the camera off, except the blurry picture doesn't appear. Is there anything I can do short of sending in the camera for repair? I know the lens is fine because sometimes it shows a clear image before blurring out. I tried using the camera without a memory card and I tried formatting the memory card and the built-in memory. I also tried toggling with the power button and opening and closing the memory card. Nothing has worked so far, but to delay the inevitable for a picture or two. Please please help me, I'm going to be at the Grand Canyon tomorrow and would love a working camera!

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  • Hawin Nov 07, 2007

    Sorry I've to use alphazack's post coz this is the problem I've with my camera.



    All of a sudden my camera stopped working. Whenever I try to turn it on, the camera makes a grinding sound while the lens goes in and out and the screen shows a blurry image. After struggling a bit the lens closes and a blue screen appears with the writing: D : 5f08 5e02. The same thing happens when I try to turn the camera off, except the blurry picture doesn't appear. Is there anything I can do short of sending in the camera for repair? I know the lens is fine because sometimes it shows a clear image before blurring out. I tried using the camera without a memory card and I tried formatting the memory card. I also tried to connect my camera with a computer with the USB but the computer couldn't detect the camera. Nothing has worked so far and I'm very much worried, can anyone help me pleaseeeeeeeeeeeee?????

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I think its in the flix of your lense,
coz the flixible wire of your lense and motor are one
try to test it!!

there is something wrong in the FW i think!!

Frank!!

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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